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Ozone Reduction Strategies

Tips to Reduce Ozone - Voluntary Measures

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Reductions in air pollution can be achieved by a variety of methods including pollution prevention, control technologies, and control measures, and may be implemented through regulatory, market-based or innovative programs.

The following categories identify example strategies for reducing ozone. Please follow the Web links below to view example actions taken by state, local and other organizations to reduce ozone.

EPA Mobile Source Programs

Lawnmower/gas can exchanges and automobile scrappage

Idle Reduction Campaigns - No idle zones and truck stop electrification

Commuter programs

DOE Clean Cities Coalition

  • Department of Energy - Clean Cities Coalition  promotes alternative and renewable fuels, fuel economy measures, idle reduction technologies, and new technologies as they emerge.
  • Clean Cities Participants - Map

Energy Efficiency


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